Newcastle Pride At Mardi Gras 2020 – What Matters

Newcastle Pride At Mardi Gras 2020 – What Matters

Newcastle Pride has returned home feeling enormously proud from participating in Mardi Gras 2020: What Matters! More Videos Available At: Newcastle Pride @ Mardi Gras - Video 1 Newcastle Pride @...

Newcastle Pride Featured on ABC News Breakfast

Newcastle Pride Featured on ABC News Breakfast

      Newcastle Pride was on ABC News Breakfast on Saturday 15th February 2020 discussing our Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 2020 preparations and excitement to be apart of the...


Newcastle Pride is an inclusive, vibrant and fun not-for-profit LGBTIQ community based organisation established in 2018. Newcastle Pride celebrates sexuality and gender diversity in Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and the Hunter Region within and outside our community. We work collaboratively to foster LGBTIQ Pride. We are fully inclusive. We collaborate with others within our community and with the wider community. Our vision is to empower all LGBTIQ people to find their voice and be proud. We aspire to a safer, more inclusive future.

The Newcastle Pride Festival is an exciting, glamorous and “out n’ proud” series of events that aims to showcase to locals and visitors that Newcastle is a city of diversity, culture and beauty. We plan to grow the Festival into an annual event and bring our community together in unity to leave a legacy for the LGBTIQ youth fostering a vibrant and supportive future community.

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One final thank you…

Newcastle Pride would like to give special thanks to James Murray Funeral Directors for generously providing an ongoing meeting space for Newcastle Pride to hold its regular Committee meetings / Annual General Meeting during the year and also during festival time a space to conduct our volunteer information sessions. We greatly appreciate this support.

Newcastle Pride respectfully acknowledges that our celebrations are held on the traditional Lands of the Awabakal and Worimi peoples. Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land.